A while back, I posted about the horrific murder of a little girl named Nixzmary Brown by her stepfather, while her so-called mother stood by and did nothing.
Anyway, the slut has been sentenced to 40 1/3 to 43 years in prison. And of course the assorted moonbats are upset that a “mother” received a harsher sentence than her latest sperm donor.
The prosecutor, Ama Dwimoh, said Ms. Santiago was the “one person” who the little girl should have been able to count on. “She called her ‘Mommy,’ ” Ms. Dwimoh told the judge. The word weighed heavily on a trial already filled with horrific details of abuse.
Well of course! After all, it’s the mother that carries the child in her body for nine months, and who then nurses it.
One of Ms. Santiago’s lawyers, Kathleen M. Mullin, called the sentence “fundamentally unfair” and said she had expected at most a sentence of 32 years — maximum terms for the manslaughter charge and one of the assault charges, with the sentence for the other assault to run concurrently. (Mr. Rodriguez was not charged with assault.)
Ms. Mullin said that as the mother of the victim, Ms. Santiago was subjected to added scrutiny. “It’s part of the reason this is so upsetting,” Ms. Mullin said. “We subscribe to these biblical ideas of instinctual mothering.”
I hate to break it to this woman, but our society is based on Judeo-Christian values, that gasp, come from the Bible. So if a woman is going to have kids, then she’d darn well better keep them out of harm’s way. And considering that the promiscuous bitch in heat Nixaliz Santiago refused to do even that, she could have at least gotten her tubes tied, or gotten Norplant injections.
“There’s a sacredness about the role of mother,” he said. “When a woman is not fulfilling her role, it shocks the conscience, more than if she commits a crime. If she was prostituting herself or dealing drugs or stealing to feed, clothe and shelter her children, people would be more sympathetic.”
Damn right, the role of a mother is sacred! She’s responsible to bringing new human being into this world, and raising them to be good civilized adults. These leftists clearly hate the Bible because the good book is against doing whatever feels good at the moment.
Details of Ms. Santiago’s troubled past — her learning disabilities, her abusive relationships and her miscarriage shortly before Nixzmary died — have caused some who followed the trial to wonder about her capacity to help her daughter.
Awilda Cordero, a victims’ rights advocate, said that Ms. Santiago herself had been abused by Mr. Rodriguez and feared him. “She didn’t know how to protect this child,” she added.
Here we go again, with the mother as victim routine. She wouldn’t have been in those “abusive relationhips” if she had kept her legs together.
As for not knowing how to protect her child, spare me! That’s something even animals know how to do. (Notice that I don’t call Santiago an animal, since it would highly insulting to animals.)
Katherine M. Franke, the director of Columbia Law School’s Program in Gender and Sexuality Law, said Ms. Santiago’s sentence reinforced simple notions of parental roles, with men perceived as more violent and women as saddled with “all the obligations and responsibility — and ultimately the punishment — for what happens to their children.”
What’s with these crazy college professors?!? Those “simple notions of parental roles” are what has held our society together over the year. And the fact is, men and women are different. So if this Santiago woman didn’t want to “saddled with all the obligations and responsibility” of motherhood, then she shouldn’t have kept popping out children.
Also, notice how this Columbia woman sees women as being “saddled” with “obligations” and “responsibilities?” No women I know who have children would EVER see themselves as being “saddled.” To them, children are a blessing. And whatever they do for their children is simply a labor of love.
But the prosecution argued, and a jury agreed, that Ms. Santiago and Mr. Rodriguez together caused Nixzmary’s death: Mr. Rodriguez did the beating, sometimes with encouragement by Ms. Santiago, or else her acquiescence. Nixzmary was found dead on Jan. 11, 2006, after she was severely beaten by Mr. Rodriguez.
Ms. Santiago did not immediately call an ambulance and instead bathed the girl and put her to bed. A neighbor testified that Ms. Santiago was calm that night, wailing only while the neighbor was on the phone with a 911 operator.
How could any mother just stand by while her baby is being beaten?
Ms. Abdel-Dayem and an alternate juror, Lenore Habersham, said that a videotaped statement Ms. Santiago gave to the police was the most compelling evidence against her.
“She was so nonchalant about her daughter’s death,” Ms. Abdel-Dayem said. “That really got us, that she seemed so uncaring.” The jurors, she said, were torn between manslaughter and murder charges. They finally decided that Ms. Santiago had not directly killed her daughter.
“I was deliberating between ‘Is there intent or not?’ ” Ms. Abdel-Dayem said. “I came to the conclusion that there was intent, in the form of her lack of action.”
I agree. Sleeping around with different men was not something this selfish slut of a mother could deny herself. Clearly her feisty little daughter was “in the way.”